By: Diane Benjamin
If the new City Manager is able to sell his house in Decatur, maybe he can take David Hales’s house off his hands. It is still for sale, reduced AGAIN to $245,000. It started at $279,900 last November. https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/5-Conway-Cir-Bloomington-IL-61704/76972678_zpid/?fullpage=true
Tari’s favorite non-profit, Illinois Policy Institute, wrote about Bloomington’s new City Manager, it’s a must read: https://www.illinoispolicy.org/new-bloomington-city-manager-to-outearn-49-u-s-governors/
How much did disposal costs increase because of the bulk waste policy change?
This is a bill paid in May from before the change occurred:
These are included in Bills and Payroll for Monday: http://www.cityblm.org/Home/ShowDocument?id=18208
Employees held another event for themselves, I’m sure this wasn’t the only expense:
Finally, everybody’s favorite waste of money so employees can collect more than they are entitled to when they retire – pension spiking penalties. Only another $51,068: (The total penalties to date are well over $2 million now)
I hope everybody has noticed that Tari Renner’s “free business lunches” ended when his PCard got yanked.
He hasn’t turned in more than 1 or 2 expense reports since his card got taken away.